Juanjo GiméNez’s Short Film Timecode Receives over Fifty Film Awards and Prestigious Awards Season Accolades

Juanjo Giménez’s beautiful short film Timecode has been making its mark in the film world, winning a multitude of film festivals, including the Palme d’Or for the Best Short Film at the well-respected Festival de Cannes. Not only has this award winning film been nominated for Best Short Film at the Goya Awards (the Spanish Academy Awards), it has been shortlisted, along with 9 other films for the Academy Awards and has been nominated for the European Academy Awards.

Luna and Diego are the parking lot security guards. Diego does the night shift, and Luna works by day.

Spanish-born Producer and Director Juanjo Giménez’s filmography includes the award-winning short films Rodilla, Nitbus, Maximum Penalty and Indirect Free Kick. His features include Tilt, which was awarded in Rome, Las Palmas and Ourense.

He’s also the founder of the production companies Nadir Films and Salto de Eje. Some of their productions include the documentaries My Grandmother’s House, Stigmata and Anas.

In Timecode Nicolas Ricchini stars as Diego, he is also a dancer and choreographer and has collaborated with other choreographers, including the Akram Kha Company for the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony in London. Diego’s co-star Lali Ayguadé is also a dancer and choreographer, she has worked all over the world and was nominated for Exceptional dancer in the Critics Awards of London. The music for this award winning film was created by composer Iván Céster, the Cinematography by Pere Pueyo and co-produced by Daniel Villanueva and Arturo Méndiz.

Some of the many notable film awards include the Best European Short Film at the Ghent International Film Festival in Belgium, the Special Jury Award at the Asiana International Short Film Festival in South Korea, Top Audience Favourite at the São Paulo International Short Film Festival in Brazil, the Audience Award at the Rio De Janeiro International Short Film Festival in Brazil, the Audience Award at the Festival Cinéma Méditerranéen Montpellier in France and many more.

Now all eyes are on Timecode, as this special film approaches the awards season.

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